Most Important Shows of The Decade on JamBase

Most Important Shows of The Decade on JamBase

“Everything changed over the last decade. Never mind the political, social and economic upheaval, musically everything changed. Ten years ago we didn’t own iPods or Smart Phones; we rocked a Discman and in some cases an old yellow Walkman. We didn’t download tracks or stream shows; we bought albums and traded live Maxell tapes. Then technology set us free and the record industry collapsed. After peaking in 2000, CD sales have plummeted by more than 50-percent, dropping further into oblivion every year. Meanwhile, digital sales continue to rise and free music (both pirated and authorized) is everywhere, flooding hard drives like never before. Surely this trend will continue for the foreseeable future.

The old model is dead. It’s a new game and the rules are still being defined. One thing, however, is for sure, the music industry needed a colossal change and it’s getting it. The days of boy bands selling 2 million units in a week are gone. And for that, you can thank the digital download. Online music is on the way to making radio irrelevant and no one seems sure if MTV even plays music anymore. It’s not that people listen to or want less music. The way we get it has simply evolved. We no longer need anyone to spoon-feed us lowest common denominator crap. Now we’ve got a billion ways to get turned on to the latest thing, and with advancements in how music is made there’s more to choose from than at any other time in history.

But one thing didn’t change in the past ten years. We still go see live music. As album sales fell through the floor, live music revenue has grown by 150-percent. We’ve always known the live experience is where it’s at, and now that all bands (not just the ones this site was founded upon) are forced to survive on touring dollars, the rest of the music world is catching on. That’s one change we’re happy to embrace…”

Phish 01/01/00 Big Cypress
Meatstick > Auld Lang Syne, Down with Disease > Llama, Bathtub Gin, Heavy Things, Twist > Prince Caspian > Rock and Roll, You Enjoy Myself, Crosseyed and Painless, The Inlaw Josie Wales, Sand > Quadrophonic Toppling, Slave to the Traffic Light, Albuquerque, Reba, Axilla, Uncle Pen, David Bowie, My Soul, Drowned > After Midnight Reprise, The Horse > Silent in the Morning, Bittersweet Motel, Piper > Free, Lawn Boy, Hold Your Head Up > Love You > Hold Your Head Up, Roses Are Free, Bug, Also Sprach Zarathustra > Wading in the Velvet Sea, Meatstick

Phil & Friends 12/31/00 Henry J. Kaiser Auditorium Oakland, CA
Sugar Magnolia > Dark Star > Only the Strange Remain, Goin’ Down the Road Feeling Bad, Ramble On Rose, Down The Road, Samson & Delilah, Odessa, Friend of the Devil, Weather Report Suite > Let It Grow > Estimated Prophet > White Wheeled Limousine > The Other One Jam* > Drums > The Wheel* > Wharf Rat* > Valley Road* > Dark Star > Sugar Magnolia > Sunshine Daydream, E: Ripple

The Concert For New York City  10/21/01 Madison Square Garden New York, NY

Full Lineup and Songs Played

Widespread Panic 04/28/02 Oak Mountain Ampitheatre Pelham, AL
1: Let’s Get Down To Business > Action Man > Makes Sense To Me, Pusherman > Diner > Ride Me High, Genesis > Holden Oversoul, Conrad
2: Chilly Water > Visiting Day > Chilly Water, Blue Indian, Driving Song > Breathing Slow > No Sugar Tonight/New Mother Nature, North, Cortez the Killer > Drums > Walkin’ (For Your Love), Papa’s Home > Ain’t Life Grand
E: Trouble, Down, Postcard

Bonnaroo Music Festival 06/21/02 – 06/23/02 Manchester, TN
2002 Bonnaroo Artist Lineup: Widespread Panic * Trey Anastasio * Ben Harper * The String Cheese Incident * Phil Lesh and Friends (w/Bob Weir) * Bela Fleck & Edgar Meyer * Galactic with Trombone Shorty and Corey Henry * Gov’t Mule * Jack Johnson * Norah Jones * Jurassic 5 * Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe * Les Claypool * moe. * Ween * Keller Williams (WMD’s) * Acoustic Syndicate * The Big Wu * Blind Boys of Alabama * Blackalicious * John Butler Trio * Campbell Brothers * Colonel Claypool’s Bucket of Bernie Brains * Cut Chemist * The Del McCoury band * Dirty Dozen Brass Band * The Disco Biscuits * Gabe Dixon Band * Donna The Buffalo * Dottie Peoples * Drums & Tuba * Gran Torino * Col. Bruce Hampton & The Code Talkers * Corey Harris * Lil’ Rascals Brass Band * Llama * DJ Logic * Mofro * North Mississippi Allstars * Old Crow Medicine Show * Particle * RANA * Soulive * Amon Tobin * Umphrey’s McGee * Jim White * Vinroc * Z-Trip * Mark Eddie * Mike Birbiglia * Vic Henley

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~ by cdowell4 on January 10, 2010.

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